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The 'Place Beyond the Pines' star allegedly gets angry because a fashion photographer greets his co-star and real-life girlfriend, 'Hey baby,' when they are in New York for their film premiere.
Ivy might take part in a comedy show, as Eileen accuses her estranged husband Jerry of lying to her.
Gosling has reportedly cast his 'Pines Beyond the Pines' co-star to star in his movie 'How to Catch a Monster', which will also stars Christina Hendricks and Ben Mendelsohn.
The 'Goodies' hitmaker is willing to forgive the man who did her wrong and take him back if only he's not afraid to admit his mistake.
Bill Hader, Danny McBride, Amy Ryan and Michael Keaton are among other actors who sign up for the star-studded comedy titled 'Clear History'.
Real-life lovers Gosling and Mendes play parents of two girls, with him catching Carrey's Santa in action.
The first two one-sheets for the movie see 'MIB3' logos forming the face of the two lead characters played by Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith.
During an interview on '60 Minutes', the 'Tourist' actress also talks about her late mother Marcheline Bertrand, saying that she will never be as good a mother as her mother was.
The 'Tonight Tonight' hitmakers are going to follow up their AMA win as New Artist of the Year by dropping a new studio album.
From running on foot, the Black Eyed Peas star is going faster by riding a bike and then racing on a motorcycle.
The 'Drive' star and the 'Holly Motors' beauty are seen walking hand-in-hand as they catch a flight just a day after enjoying a romantic stroll through a legendary cemetery in the City of Light.
Eva, who recently had a stalker scare, is snapped wearing chunky platform sandals when taking a stroll through Los Angeles' Griffith Observatory with her 'Place Beyond the Pines' co-star.
The 'The Place Beyond the Pines' co-stars took their romance outside the screen as they were seen showing some PDAs during a date.
Eva Mendes is adamant she'll never walk down the aisle - because married life is 'boring'.
Snapper Lyndon Chubbuck says the photos, which are going to be displayed at an art event later this week, were taken when they were transported.